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Musée municipal Jean-Charles Cazin

Museum (SAMER)

  • UNESCO World Heritage
  • Inspected and accredited by the French museum department (Service des Musées de France)

Spoken languages : anglais

This museum was set up to exhibit the work of local artist Jean-Charles Cazin, by friends to whom he had donated the bulk of his art. After the trials and tribulations of the war, inventories were made one after another and the museum eventually re-opened in 1962. Housed in a town hall building, it contains around fifty paintings, drawings, prints and biographical documentation about Jean-Charles Cazin, his wife Marie, his son Jean-Michel and his stepdaughter Bertha Cazin.